The Capital City Contemplates The Possibility Of A Washington Without John McCain

Sen. John McCain's diagnosis of brain cancer could eventually leave the Senate without its irascible military hawk who never holds back.Kym Smith/Newspix via Getty Imageshide caption

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Sen. John McCain Diagnosed With Brain Cancer, Hospital Says

Senate Intelligence Committee member Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., heads into a closed-door committee meeting with Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats on June 15 in Washington, D.C.Chip Somodevilla/Getty Imageshide caption

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Sen. John McCain Diagnosed With Brain Cancer, Hospital Says

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In Interview, Trump Lashes Out At Sessions And Comey

Attorney General Jeff Sessions pauses while testifying last month before the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing about his role in the firing of James Comey, his Russian contacts during the campaign and his decision to recuse from an investigation into possible ties between Moscow and associates of President Donald Trump.Alex Brandon/APhide caption

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Talk Of Voter Fraud Dominates First Meeting Of Election Integrity Commission

President Trump speaks while flanked by Kansas Secretary of State, Kris Kobach (left) and Vice President Pence during the first meeting of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday.Mark Wilson/Getty Imageshide caption

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With Speeches And Bright Dresses, Quinceañeras Protest Texas Sanctuary City Ban

Jennifer Ramirez and 14 other young women wearing quinceañera dresses protested on the south steps of the Texas State Capitol in Austin on Wednesday. They protested SB4, an immigration enforcement law.Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon/KUT Newshide caption

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As Team Trump Lawyers Up, Who's Paying The Attorney Fees?

President Trump attends a January press conference at Trump Tower with children Ivanka and Donald Jr., who is the latest member of the Trump team to hire a lawyer.Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post/Getty Imageshide caption

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As Team Trump Lawyers Up, Who's Paying The Attorney Fees?

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Her Own Medical Future At Stake, A Child Storms Capitol Hill

Tymia McCullough is a poised, pageant-winning 11-year-old from South Carolina. She also happens to have sickle cell anemia and relies on Medicaid to pay for medical care.Liam James Doyle/NPRhide caption

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Her Own Medical Future At Stake, A Child Storms Capitol Hill

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Uncertainty Over Obamacare Leaves Next Year's Rates In Limbo
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Uncertainty Over Obamacare Leaves Next Year's Rates In Limbo

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Amid Skepticism And Scrutiny, Election Integrity Commission Holds First Meeting

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who was eventually named vice chair of a commission on election integrity that has been beset with controversy, joins then-President-elect Donald Trump at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., in November 2016.Carolyn Kaster/APhide caption

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Amid Skepticism And Scrutiny, Election Integrity Commission Holds First Meeting

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Moscow's Likely New Ambassador To U.S.: 'Tough' And 'Not That Easy To Work With'

Anatoly Antonov smiles at an October 2016 briefing at Russia's Defense Ministry in Moscow. Antonov is "able to shift in a nanosecond from warmly charming to caustically sarcastic," says a former U.S. defense official.Ivan Sekretarev/APhide caption

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Moscow's Likely New Ambassador To U.S.: 'Tough' And 'Not That Easy To Work With'

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Here's What's In The House Republican Budget (And Why It Matters)

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-Wis., (center) and House Republicans released a fiscal year 2018 budget that would increase military spending and cut other discretionary spending.Chip Somodevilla/Getty Imageshide caption

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White House: Trump, Putin Held Second 'Brief Conversation' At G-20

President Trump with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G-20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany, during a formal meeting on July 7. The White House on Tuesday acknowledged that a second, previously undisclosed meeting between the leaders also took place.Evan Vucci/APhide caption

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Trump Picks Jon Huntsman To Be U.S. Ambassador To Russia

The White House announced Tuesday night that former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, shown here in 2012, is President Trump's choice to be the next U.S. ambassador to Russia.Charles Dharapak/APhide caption

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'White House Arrest?' Legal Experts Disagree About Prosecuting A President

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'White House Arrest?' Legal Experts Disagree About Prosecuting A President

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Inside The 'Shakespearean Irony' Of Trump And Bannon's Relationship
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Inside The 'Shakespearean Irony' Of Trump And Bannon's Relationship

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